Yes, after pulling herself out of her 1950’s rut as a swimsuit model to become everything from a doctor, lawyer, computer scientist, astronaut and even the president of the United States, Barbi
ToyTalk, the startup that mashed together Barbie and the Internet of Things and let your kids chat away with Thomas the Tank Engine for hours on end, is cashing out on the bot craze with a slight real
Consumers may have been slow to adopt smart home technology, but that’s not the case for Barbie. At the recent New York Toy Fair, Mattel unveiled a newly upgraded – and now tech-enabled &#
Here’s a protip: Don’t do what Uber did this week. That’s the main topic of CrunchWeek this time around. Bad behavior, however, wasn’t just Uber’s purview: The corporate
Blogger Elizabeth Krumbach got her new Computer Engineer Barbie the other day. She was delighted to find a penguin on the box. Barbie loves Linux! I’ll bet that’s a picture of Linus Torval
<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2010/11/barbie-vs-canon.jpg"> With holiday shopping season now in full swing, it is time to revisit one of the strangest toys to come out this year.
<img class="alignleft size-medium wp-image-199779" title="WebcamBarbie" src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2010/07/webcambarbie.jpg?w=300" alt="" width="207" height="138" />Make no mistake,
<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/barbie.jpg"/>I can't come up with a good reason why Computer Engineer Barbie is more socially-forward than Environmentalist Barbie, Sur
<img src="http://i3.ytimg.com/vi/2IDq2o51rWA/default.jpg">Here’s Mattel’s “Barbie Digital Nail Printer” due out in August for an undetermined price. Which design will I choose for my own nail?
<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/12/chiefdance.jpg" />Halo Wars will have a different approach on gameplay, according to Amazon. For example, 28 fun-filled, adventurous mini
Geez, it’s about time. Mattel has finally added a $6-per-month premium account option for the Barbie Girls web site. GigaOM wonders if $72 per year is worth it for parents “so their little girls c
There’s a fine article in today’s New York Times exploring the relationship between online, Facebook-like Web sites and the young girls these sites target. It’s stunning, really, to